State of Loss (2021)

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Created by Charles Campbell Skewed Visions is producing a COVID memorial performance commemorating the losses we have faced over the past 18 months and continue to face today. Titled State of Loss, it was created by Charles Campbell after the pandemic shut down all performing arts. THose who signed up will receive four actual pieces…

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Birds of the Future (2019)

Birds Of The Future

Created by Charles Campbell   at Fresh Oysters Performance Research 512 E 24th St, Minneapolis Thursday, May 25 – Saturday, June 8, 2019. All shows 8:00pm A piece about apocalypse, chaos, and hope. A taxonomy of failed utopian impulses. A cycle of nostalgic atrophy. The urge to transcend cyclic utopian collapse. Tenderness, danger, migration, apocalyptic…

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Want (2018)

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Want (2018) Created by Charles Campbell in collaboration with the performers Erika Hansen & Megan Mayer Commissioned as part of the 2018 Right Here Showcase Walking in New York city in April 2018, I was struck by the sight of a building that as so tall and thin it looked like a toy. Back in…

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Appetite (2017)

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Created by Charles Campbell APPETITE was an experiment in performance using the principle of audio feedback as a creative tool made live in collaboration between Skewed Visions co-founder Charles Campbell and composer/sound designer Ted Moore. Part concert, part storytelling, part film, part consumption-machine lovefeast, APPETITE could be described as the re-telling of history after the…

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Losing Kantor (2016)

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Created by Charles Campbell Losing Kantor played for 8 performances between October 7 and 22, 2016 at Fresh Oysters Performance Research Tadeusz Kantor was an influential and uncompromisingly radical visual artist and theater-maker born in Poland in 1925. His drawings, paintings, objects, writings, theories, and performances continue to influence many artists internationally, and were always a…

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EX (2014-2016)

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Created by Charles Campbell, October 2014 Performers: Charles Campbell, Annie Enneking, Megan Mayer, Billy Mullaney Lights: Heidi Eckwall Sound: Ellie Finch Suit building: Alison Heimstead Production Manager: Blake Bolan What was EX? It was not an epic story of human struggle. It was not a political parable for our times. It was not about you and your…

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Black Water (2012)

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Created by Charles Campbell Performers: Charles Campbell, Megan Mayer, Laurie Van Wieren Lights: Heidi Eckwall Object Design: Irve Dell Construction: Willis Bowman, Irve Dell, Alex Walton Video: Kevin Obsatz Sound: Ellie Finch Projection Manager: Alex Grant Drone Pilot: Brandon Reinert Production Manager: Megan Mayer Black Water was created in the former Spiro’s Mediterranean Market space on the University Avenue corridor…

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Please Remain Seated (2011)

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Created by Charles Campbell, Gülgün Kayim, and Sean Kelley-Pegg As part of Northern Spark: a nuit blanche (2011), Skewed Visions presented Please Remain Seated, overnight from June 4 at 8:55pm to June 5 at 5:28am. Skewed Visions’ contribution to this event was a set of audio performances tailored for the 15 festival buses and their…

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Cubicle 2 (2010-2011)

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Curated by Charles Campbell Cubicle2 (2010-2011) was the second our series of online-specific curated creations. Exploring the intersection of identity and the internet, this season invited artists to explore site-based work with the internet as a virtual site. Click on an image to view that episode. CUBICLE2 Artists: Avye Alexandres: Anamorph Aether; a quintessent collage. Jaime Carrera…

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Cubicle 1 (2009-2010)

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Curated by Charles Campbell Cubicle (2009-2010) was Skewed Visions’ series of podcasts meant to be watched while at work. Each month a different artist created a new episode. In addition to exploring issues of the contemporary work place (or non-place), this series invited artists to explore site-based work with the internet as a virtual site.…

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